Transcendigital Tallies a Pair of Accounts

BOSTON Transcendigital has added two new clients, contemporary furniture distributor TEMA-USA and the Connecticut Forum.

The Avon, Conn.-based digital marketing shop will aid TEMA-USA with its Web site and search engine marketing efforts. Albuquerque, N.M.-based TEMA is a division of TEMA Contemporary Furniture.

The Connecticut Forum in Hartford, Conn., is a nonprofit organization that hosts diverse discussions with panelists such as Walter Cronkite, Gloria Steinem, Al Franken and Ann Coulter. Transcendigital has been tasked with reaching an audience beyond Hartford and Connecticut through Web-based marketing efforts.

“Due to the mounting popularity of the Forum’s events and its growing audience outside Connecticut, new, more sophisticated online functionality is required,” said James Barker, Transcendigital’s president.

Transcendigital’s client roster also includes The Hartford, Inkjet Warehouse, Community Coffee Company and Red Jacket Resorts.